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Infectious Diseases Fellowship (Florida)

Department and Faculty

The Division of Infectious Diseases offers hospital-based consultations and specialized treatment for patients with infections or who develop infections while hospitalized.

Mayo Clinic faculty members participate in clinical focus groups that provide specialized care to subgroups of infectious disease patients and academically help staff develop expertise in focused areas of infectious diseases.

Fellows rotating on these consultative services work with a dedicated faculty member:

  • General infectious diseases, both inpatient and outpatient, including the intensive care unit, orthopedic infectious diseases, surgery, neurosurgery and hematology/oncology
  • Solid-organ transplantation infectious diseases
  • Tuberculosis service
  • HIV Clinic
  • Travel and tropical medicine
  • Infection control and practice
  • Antimicrobial stewardship


See bios of Division of Infectious Diseases faculty members.

From the program directorInfectious Diseases Fellowship program director, Lisa Brumble, M.D.

Thank you for your interest in the Infectious Diseases Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida. We're proud to offer an individualized experience designed to provide the best training elements necessary for you to become highly skilled in infectious diseases.

It is our mission to create an environment that fosters lifelong learning of infectious diseases for residents, fellows, and staff, and enables excellence in the provision of patient-centered medicine. Our infectious diseases fellows have the opportunity to train at one of the largest transplant centers in the world, and gain clinical expertise in emerging subspecialties within infectious diseases including HIV, travel and tropical medicine, infection control, antimicrobial stewardship, and general infectious disease.

Infectious disease trainees spend six months conducting primary research projects during the fellowship. The division provides an array of clinical research opportunities, and fellows are provided the opportunity to present their work at local, national and international meetings, and publish their work in peer-reviewed journals.

Fellows and residents have access to world leaders across many specialty areas throughout their training in Mayo Clinic's multidisciplinary care practice.

Whether you want to pursue a career in academic medicine or private practice, Mayo Clinic will support you. 

We encourage you to learn more about our Infectious Diseases Fellowship and contact us should you have additional questions.

Lisa Brumble, M.D.
Program Director

Advisers and mentors

Faculty mentors provide career guidance, advice and personal support. Fellows pick a mentor at the beginning of the program. Mentors also serve as a contact point, introducing you and your family to Jacksonville, Florida, and the Mayo Clinic system.

Visiting professors

Many renowned professors visit Mayo Clinic each year. They present their work and share information in many venues. Fellows are encouraged to take full advantage of these opportunities:

  • Grand Rounds
  • Hospital rounds
  • Meetings with subspecialty fellows
  • Noon and morning lectures